Leading property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) have been instructed to find a buyer for Hollin House Hotel & Restaurant located near Macclesfield in Cheshire. Comprising of 59 en-suite letting bedrooms, the property is located just 1 mile from the Peak District National Park and is hugely popular with leisure and corporate visitors.
Situated approximately half a mile from Bollington and 4 miles from the busy market town of Macclesfield, the hotel is situated in its own gardens and grounds totalling 3.92 acres and benefits from a wide range of income streams such as food and beverage, weddings, corporate, leisure, conferencing and banqueting.
The charming Grade II listed former mansion is steeped in history and is believed to date back to 1870 when it was originally built as a family home for a Victorian Industrialist. The building was designed in an attractive Tudor Gothic style and it is understood to have been converted in to a hotel in the 1960s and has since been extended over the years to also include a three-storey bedroom block to the rear of the original house.
The property boasts an array of outstanding amenities including extensive conference and banqueting facilities with capacities ranging from 4 to 100 guests across 5 suites whilst it also features a refurbished restaurant and attractive lounge bar. Hollin House is a fully licensed wedding venue and is renowned in the area for its first-class wedding offering.
Offers are invited for the freehold interest in the hotel and interested parties should contact Martin Davis or Hugh Anderson for further information or to arrange an appointment.
Martin Davis, Director – Hotels & Leisure at Lambert Smith Hampton said:
“We are delighted to bring Hollin House to market and we believe that this represents an excellent opportunity for a potential buyer. The property’s superb location and close proximity to the Peak District National Park makes this an attractive hotel for those guests that are looking to explore the local areas”.
“With its charm and Tudor Gothic features, the hotel is well placed to take full advantage of the re-opening of the hotel sector and in particular, the wedding industry”.
“We believe that interest will be strong for this excellent opportunity, so do please get in touch as soon as possible to make arrangements to view the hotel”.
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